Matthew Millman
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Interiors
 

Interiors

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Vanessa Brunner added this to How to Take Beautiful Home Photos
Matthew Millman: Shoot lower to the ground — at about the height of light switches (or your belly button) in a room. Shooting from standing height can often make the furniture look funny or distorted, as if you are looking down on it. Getting a lower camera angle can allow you images to feel more intimate to the objects in the room and make the viewer feel more a part of the shot. Bring the viewer into the shot. Generally, people shoot too far away from their subject. This implies a distance that the viewer will have to travel to get to their destination. Instead, try to frame the shot with an element in the space. This way the viewer will feel more like they are already in the shot. Sometimes a detail can be as compelling, or more, than an overall shot. Details often describe the essence of a space rather than literally depicting it. Look for sweet details that capture feeling through things like texture, light, and color.

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erickjasso added this to erickjasso's Ideas
June 16, 2013
Photo 4
marciahissong added this to marciahissong's ideas
February 8, 2013
lovely mirrored bathroom sink, chest, mirror, lights
bellemaison added this to Bathrooms
February 6, 2013
beautiful mirror
thomashenderson added this to Fotos neem
February 6, 2013
Matthew Millman: Shoot lower to the ground — at about the height of light switches (or your belly button) in a room. Shooting from standing height can often make the furniture look funny or distorted, as if you are looking down on it. Getting a lower camera angle can allow you images to feel more intimate to the objects in the room and make the viewer feel more a part of the shot. Bring the viewer into the shot. Generally, people shoot too far away from their subject. This implies a distance that the viewer will have to travel to get to their destination. Instead, try to frame the shot with an element in the space. This way the viewer will feel more like they are already in the shot. Sometimes a detail can be as compelling, or more, than an overall shot. Details often describe the essence of a space rather than literally depicting it. Look for sweet details that capture feeling through things like texture, light, and color.
daheejoo added this to daheejoo's Ideas
February 1, 2013
The color
bitsylu added this to bitsylu's Ideas
January 23, 2013
mirrored furniture
lds201 added this to lds201's Ideas
November 18, 2012
Lovely vanity!
arquette1 added this to arquette1's ideas
August 23, 2012
the colour
heidi_tort added this to heidi_tort's ideas
August 19, 2012
mirror color ..wall paper...
asksheila added this to asksheila's ideas
June 15, 2012
lovley
wjonah added this to wjonah's ideas
June 15, 2012
Great ideas
Narcissus added this to jardines
April 11, 2012
colores
bellemaison added this to bellemaison's ideas
March 1, 2012
Cool bath!
megsquiers added this to megsquiers's ideas
January 22, 2012
photo angle
jdevine added this to jdevine's ideas
January 4, 2012
http://www.houzz.com/photos/172566/Interiors---
misslesleymcguire added this to misslesleymcguire's Favorites
May 16, 2011
Wow
lmccracken added this to lmccracken's ideas
May 16, 2011
The lovely mirror
Sherry Hooten added this to shooten's ideas
May 16, 2011
WONDERFUL mirror
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May 15, 2011
http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/412243?utm_campaign=updates&utm_medium=email&utm_content=gallery11&w=34456
tom added this to tcrow923's ideas
May 15, 2011
camera photo ideas in the description of this
shoefly23 added this to my house
May 14, 2011
Love color and mirror
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May 13, 2011
vanity - mirror,sconces
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